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Palladium Iolite Band Wedding Rings by Carl Ansley
About Palladium Iolite Band Wedding Rings by Carl Ansley
Your wedding rings are the embodiment of your vows so they should be the perfect reflection of your promise. Gemvara's wide selection of palladium iolite band wedding rings means you can find the perfect style. Gemvara selects the finest possible materials to make your one of a kind palladium iolite band wedding rings to order, just for you. Our precious metals are recycled or responsibly mined. Iolite is the gem of exploration. When Leif Eriksson and the other legendary Viking explorers ventured far into the Atlantic, they used a naturally polarizing iolite lens to determine the exact position of the sun to navigate safely to the new world and back. Gemvara's iolite is carefully oriented and cut for maximum brilliance. Iolite is the gem of the 21st anniversary. Palladium is the newest precious metal. A platinum group metal, palladium is rare, lustrous, and naturally white. At Gemvara, we often are asked if a couple should wear matching wedding bands. Today it's more common to have two different styles. Brides often choose wedding rings that match their engagement rings. But if you want to connect the two rings, choosing the same precious metal, gemstone, or theme can tie together two individual styles. You can also connect your wedding bands with the engraving, which should be a reminder of this day you'll always treasure. We would be happy to engrave your wedding rings with the message of your choice. Gemvara's exquisitely crafted palladium iolite band wedding rings are made to order just for you in the United States.
While designer Carl Ansley is inspired by the natural world, you'll see it most in the line and proportion of his modern pieces rather than in traditional motifs. Throughout his 22 year-career, which began at Tiffany & Co., Carl has developed a deep appreciation for the artistic process behind creating gorgeous, eye-catching jewelry. Form follows function but doesn't overwhelm it. For example, because rings can twist on the finger, he creates a natural curve high on a ring's shoulders so it will rest comfortably on the finger next to it. He takes great care to create jewelry that makes a bold statement in order to express a woman's own style and personality. Carl says the greatest accomplishment of his long career is designing and crafting his wife's diamond engagement ring and wedding band. It's just what you'd expect from a designer who thinks first of the woman who will wear his jewelry.
Exploration is the meaning attached to the iolite gemstone. This term comes from the tale of Leif Eriksson. When he and other legendary Viking explores ventured into the Atlantic searching for the new world, they used a naturally polarizing iolite lens to determine the exact position of the sun in order to navigate safely. This technique was made possible due to iolite's plechoism: its ability to display a different color for each different direction. It is violet blue from one angle, clear as water from another and a honey yellow from the top. This characteristic makes it difficult to cut an iolite because in the wrong shape, iolite's color will not be properly displayed. The color of an iolite is its most important value factor: the more pure and saturated the blue, the more valuable the iolite is. Historically called the "water sapphire," an iolite is a charming, blue gem with a steely hue that resembles the color of the ocean at dawn. Iolite is the gem of the 21st anniversary. All Gemvara jewelry is made to order, which ensures that a premium-quality iolite will be hand-selected to perfectly suit your design. Crafted in the United States, Gemvara's fine iolite jewelry is precious and personal, surely to be passed down for generations to come.
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